Sexual Selection of Different Species Term Paper by Master Researcher

Sexual Selection of Different Species
A study of the sexual selection of different species.
# 36941 | 1,900 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 23, 2003 in Biology (Genetics) , Biology (Zoology)


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Description:

This paper lists and analyzes the different sexual selections of species and explores the behaviors of survival instinct,
copulation and male and female choice in the process of sexual selection. The paper shows how species develop and morph gradually or distinctively to protect their own.

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Introduction
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From the Paper:

"Evolution and development theory as presented by Darwin is based on sexual selection pattern. Right from beginning of time, species survive through natural selection instinct. This entails the process of selection of the best among the species, mating and then copulation. Different species adopt different techniques to go about this procedure. Although the basic copulation is similar in most species, the selection behavior and the mating behavior have been found to vary even from within the species itself. For instance in a study by Wagner and Muller of sepsid flies selection behavior identifies differences of the sepsid to that of dipteral. The differences in approaches to sexual selection stem from the natural instinct of species to preserve their own kind and only to mix among variation of species when there is a dire need for survival."

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